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MaryJSmith

  • 2 years ago

Some steps to construct a bisector QO of an angle PQR are listed below. Step 3 is not listed. Step 1: Place the compass on point Q and draw an arc which intersects the segment PQ at point A. Step 2: Use the same width of the compass to draw another arc from point Q which intersects segment QR at point B. Step 3: Step 4: Join points Q and O using a straightedge. Which statement describes step 3 correctly?

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  1. MaryJSmith
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    A) Draw an arc from point Q and another from point A, which intersect in point O. B) Draw an arc from point Q and another from point B, which intersect in point O. C) Draw two arcs, using different widths of the compass, one from point A and the other from point B intersecting in point O. D) Draw two arcs, using the same width of the compass , one from point A and the other from point B which intersect in point O.

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    Step 1: Place the compass on point Q and draw an arc which intersects the segment PQ at point A. Step 2: Use the same width of the compass to draw another arc from point Q which intersects segment QR at point B. Step 3: Draw two arcs, using the same width of the compass , one from point A and the other from point B which intersect in point O. Step 4: Join points Q and O using a straightedge. Which statement describes step 3 correctly? Answer A. Draw an arc from point Q and another from point A, which intersect in point O. B. Draw an arc from point Q and another from point B, which intersect in point O. C. Draw two arcs, using different widths of the compass, one from point A and the other from point B intersecting in point O. D. Draw two arcs, using the same width of the compass , one from point A and the other from point B which intersect in point O. <==ANSWER

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    Thanks :)

  4. sebasss
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    you're welcome (:

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